Apr, 2020

Telemedicine Proving to be a Valuable Asset During the COVID-19 Crisis

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Long before the Coronavirus outbreak, health care providers saw promise in telemedicine. In fact, according to the National Academy of Sciences, in 1925, a cover of Science and Invention magazine portrays a doctor diagnosing a patient via radio and suggests visually that a device would eventually allow for video examination of a patient remotely. Today, however, telemedicine is not just a vision, it is playing a role in helping to adjust the doctor-patient interaction during…



Mar, 2020

Four Key Components For a Successful TeleStroke Program

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Learn how a quality-focused TeleStroke program can drive positive results. TeleSpecialists works closely with our hospital partners to ensure a data-driven, high-quality TeleStroke program. We won't settle for less – and neither should your facility. Click on the image…



Jan, 2020

State Policies and Good Intentions Cause an Influx of Stroke Patients

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States like Colorado, Florida, New York and Massachusetts have changed state policies to instruct EMS to take stroke cases straight to thrombectomy qualified stroke centers.  The shocking statics: According to the American Stroke Association, stroke is the second leading cause of death worldwide and the leading cause of disability. On average, someone dies of a stroke every 3.7 minutes, which adds up to around 389.4 deaths from stroke each day in…